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08 December 2014 | 00:01
Research: People who talk too much over phones are less happy
Too much time spent on your cell phone and on socialization net doesn’t mean you’re more connected and happier, runs a research of US scientists.
New research from scientists at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio shows that the more time college students spend on their cellphones, the more anxious they were and the more their academic performance suffered, runs dailymail.co.uk.
 
 The researchers speculate, for example, that students may feel anxious if they feel obligated to be in constant touch with their friends. Some may have difficulty disconnecting, which only feeds into the stress linked to their phones.
 
Occasional episodes of solitude can be important for wellbeing, but students who are tied to their phones aren’t getting these respites.
 
 Jacob Barkley, Aryn Karpinski and Andrew Lepp studied 500 Kent State University students, each of whom reported their daily cell phone use for the year as well as their level of anxiety and satisfaction with their life.
 
 The research carried out  at Kent University from Ohio pointed the fact that constant use of phone caused sensation of stress.
 
 "The socialization net makes me sometimes tied to my phone (...) as though I have another obligation in life ", said one of the students participant in the research, Mediafax reports.
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